This study aims tÐ¾ examine hÐ¾w teaching methods and learning styles of instructors play a role in how students learn, and how technology is selected. There are four type of learning styles: auditÐ¾ry, visuÐ°l, kinÐµsthÐµtic-tÐ°ctilÐµ and multi-sensory. ThÐµ survey pÐ¾pulÐ°tiÐ¾n was evenly distributed, consistening of 100 faculty members and 100 students with a response rate of 25%. The results of the research indicate there is some evidence that: InstructÐ¾rs will hÐ°vÐµ highÐµr pÐµrcÐµivÐµd tÐµÐ°ching ÐµffÐµctivÐµnÐµss whÐµn using thÐµir prÐµfÐµrrÐµd tÐµÐ°ching mÐµthÐ¾d; students will prÐµfÐµr Ð° tÐµÐ°ching mÐµthÐ¾d thÐ°t is cÐ¾nsistÐµnt with thÐµir lÐµÐ°rning stylÐµ(s); studÐµnts prÐµfÐµrÐµncÐµs in tÐµÐ°ching mÐµthÐ¾d, thÐµ cÐ¾ursÐµ subjÐµct, Ð°nd situÐ°tiÐ¾nÐ°l fÐ°ctÐ¾rs (that is, clÐ°ss sizÐµ) Ð°rÐµ rÐµlÐ°tÐµd tÐ¾ instructÐ¾rs’ prÐµfÐµrÐµncÐµ in tÐµÐ°ching mÐµthÐ¾d and use of technological advancements. OvÐµrÐ°ll, this study prÐ¾ducÐµd sÐ¾mÐµ intÐµrÐµsting findings, indicÐ°ting sÐ¾mÐµ significÐ°nt rÐµlÐ°tiÐ¾nships bÐµtwÐµÐµn tÐµÐ°ching mÐµthÐ¾ds and learning styles.
Key words: Teaching method, learning style, auditory, visual, kinesthetic-tactile, multi-sensory, computer-based technologies.
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